Holman Stadium
Vero Beach, Florida
Year Opened
1953

Current Team
None

Affiliate
N/A

League
N/A

Capacity
6,474

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My Grades
Stadium B- Atmosphere B+ Concessions B+

Photos taken in 1999 & 2000
Holman Stadium was the spring home of the Los Angeles Dodgers up until 2009 when the team moved to a brand new ballpark in Glendale, AZ. Holman Stadium is a unique park that lacks much visible structure. From the outside, only the back of the pressbox can be seen. The seating is all fold down chairs which extend nearly to the outfield fences down both lines. The sections are only about 25 rows high, so almost all the seats are close to the playing field. One odd feature is the several trees that are growing among the seating areas. The concourse area is located at the top of the seating area and overlooks the playing field. The scoreboard in right field is very ordinary as it has no message board. The only advertisements in the park are located on the scoreboard. The outfield fence is completely void of ads which is extremely rare to see. Holman Stadium provides a nice atmosphere to see a game in, even if it is lacking the amenities seen at newer ballparks. Hence the reason the Dodgers finally left. After a couple years of indecision on what would become of the complex, Minor League Baseball finally stepped in and are now running under the name Vero Beach Sports Village. While no professional baseball is being played here, it is now getting plenty of use by amateur teams.
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